Maximizing Space with Kitchen Remodeling in Scottsdale

kitchen remodeling ScottsdaleWhen it comes to kitchen remodeling, Scottsdale budgets and home layouts don’t always allow for expansion if the space is not as big as you would like. That being said, there are a number of things that can be done to maximize the use of the space without having the space seem smaller.

Depending on the design and the structure, opening up walls can be a great way to improve the feeling of space in a small kitchen. This may mean finding the right balance between the removal of a wall or part of a wall and the right amount of cabinet space.

Speaking of kitchen cabinets, they can be one of the most flexible aspects of kitchen remodeling in Scottsdale where the balance between maximizing space and storage are at issue. Today, there are so many options with special storage drawers and cabinets that can maximize storage space while still being highly accessible. Ceiling height cabinets can maximize storage when there isn’t a great deal of wall space or you want to open up a wall for a more spacious feeling. Other methods include floating shelves to create a more airy feel to the kitchen.

One of the most important things in kitchen design where space is at a premium is to create designs with clean lines. Cabinets with flat fronts, monochromatic backsplashes, and modern hardware can create strong lines that visually extend your limited space.

To discuss the best approach to maximizing the use of space while keeping it open and airy with kitchen remodeling in Scottsdale. Give the kitchen remodeling experts at Republic West Remodeling a call today at (480) 428-2695.

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Jim Weisman founded RW Remodeling in 2011 after co-founding Republic West in 1995. Jim’s strong belief in the importance of ethical standards, honest communication and quality work make RW Remodeling a unique home remodeling company. For more than 19 years, Jim Weisman and his team have been proudly delivering what their customers want; their dream home.